I tried quite a few CMS's lately (thinking of creating a family site), and I like the Drupal distinction between administration and content creation (different link, select story/page/whatever, enter text and publish), and the easy ability to specify who can post and edit what.
However, Drupal is pretty primitive as is, and there are a lot of other CMS's that look better out of the box and offer more features. However, the ones I saw treat content creation as part of administration. I.e., it looks more complex than I think a simple user would be comfortable with.
It may be of course that I'm just missing something, since I'm new to CMS's and haven't dedicated enough to learning each one (since there's a huge number of CMS's).
Anyway, I'd appreciate some insight into CMS's which can allow me to easily create a "content creator" user type who'll be able to create/edit content using a simple content creation interface and have no other admin privileges (so will be able to edit only their own page, not others, for example).